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who has been described as a gun enthusiast. abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross has the latest. >> police say they already found important clues in the lanza's four-bedroom, $600,000 home where the killer's mother , 52-year-old nancy lanza, was the first victim. >> and hopefully painting the complete picture of how and more importantly why this occurred. >> authorities say nancy lanza owned the same stale guns her son used to kill her and the 26 victims at the elementary school. most were killed with multiple shots from the high powered semiautomatic weapon. >> this is probably the worst i have seen. >> the connection between adam lanza and the sandy hook elementary school was when he went to school there and his mother was a teacher's aid. according to his mother's sister. >> she had problems with school and she ended up home schooling him. she battled with the school district. in what capacity i am not certain if it was behavior or learning disabilities. >> as a fuller picture began to emerge, including his membership in the high school tech club, former classmates
this important topic at this time. in the past after many, many years ross mikarami was instrumental in having a hearing about the certificates. one thing leads to the other. now, today i attended the meeting on the successor agency to redevelopment and you know that you are creating yet another commission on, they call it infrastructure and investment, you know? now, while we were attending the other meeting, not once were these people who were appointed on this investment and infrastructure attended that meeting. now what's happening here, supervisor christina olague, when you speak the truth, people don't like it. there were a bunch of whoever you call it who were sponsored by the machine, you know the machine, much like the mafia. much like the mafia. now today you've heard a few and there are many people at home and maybe you should go on kapu, you know, and talk about this. have a series of meetings. that's the only thing we can do. because these people are banked on treating good people like dirt. you know, the western addition is where middle class african americans were forced o
correspondent, brian ross. >> reporter: the connection between adam lanza and sandy hook elementary school, goes back to when he was a student. his mother, nancy, worked as a teacher's aide there. according to adam's aunt. >> i know that she had issues with school. she eventually wound up home schooling him. she battled with the school district, in what capacity, i'm not certain. if it was behavior or learning disabilities. >> reporter: among those killed on friday, the school psychologist, mary sherlach, who worked with troubled students at sandy hook since 1994, which would include the time that adam was a student there. >> as far anything really wrong with him, nobody ever said anything. >> reporter: as a fuller picture of adam lanza began to emerge, including his membership in the high school tech club, former classmates told abc news that he was a smart but socially awkward student. >> he always carried a briefcase. >> reporter: another former classmate told david muir that adam was a loner. >> almost very timid. very nervous. if someone talked to him he would be very surprised. >> reporter
. paul kangis again. before the ross mirkarimi vote i didn't know who supervisor olague was and it takes that courage and supervisor that with stood the attack and it's the whole idea being able to speak freely in this city in spite of what the rich think, being able to act freely within this city which makes san francisco a city that the whole world looks at and follows and listens to and so even though i'm a critic of cca, simply for scientific reasons, i appreciate the fact that the supervisors did the thinking they did and came to the conclusion they came to because even though the environmental crisis is going to bring huge storms this year beyond the political storms. in fact the environmental storms are probably going to be more powerful than the political storms we will face this year. this city with this free thinking attitude is capable
time and i don't know what you said to andy ross there but to take this job with a grain p salt and i think we can all learn a lot of lessons from that and it's something that you taught and i do appreciate the fact that you take a lot of joy and do take a lot of joy in this job and you stand for what you believe in. you did the -- community and prop c last year and there is a lot of pictures there about a lot of the effort that you put into in terms of prop c and interpretation of going around and getting the significance it was not easy and it's not always take an easy read here as a supervisor and it's about standing up for what you think is right and then if you put it back on, these are the ones that are my favorite let your expressions do the taking here at the board of supervisor and is we have had funny pictures that we have gathered over the years here of your expressions here at the board and aside of swapping the microphones out and i think you can flip to the in connection one and the expression of boredom has been perfected over the years here and there is so many of them
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] >> we have a question here. >> [inaudible] ross is reopening a revival with al pacino playing a different role. your great and striking plays are rather cynical about american capitalism, and no great problem this. interestingly, harold pinter, his great play -- you've had nothing to do with his political message, but as a great or artist who's written some great plays, do you see yourself evolving that in some way, that in some way the way to articulate your politics and culture is going to be incorporated in your art in some way? >> well, i don't think any of my plays are political, i certainly hope they aren't, and also i don't think harold's are. he wrote a couple of accelerately political plays later in life, but husband plays were just -- his plays were just yumny. i don't think it's the place of the theater to be political. i shouldn't even be here tonight, actually. [applause] um, was i critical of capital? i was driving a cab at the time i wrote most of those early plays. and i'm not driving a cab 234eu8 anymore. [laughter] so, you know, i see -- if you're writing the
on the investigation, brian ross our chief investigative correspondent and, brian, investigators are beginning to piece together what happened in that terrifying ten minutes in the school. >> that's right, george, they say they are making good progress in knowing much of the how, although less of the why of the stunning crime. in particular, they are focusing on the weapons used, there were three weapons recovered, two handguns and a semiautomatic assault-style rifle that authorities believe was owned actually by adam lanza's mother, nancy. her friends say she was a gun enthusiast who bought the weapons for self-defense when she was divorced and lived in a large home by herself and often took her sons, her friends say, to a nearby firing range for target practice. >> so they confirm that the weapons belonged to her, but there had also been some reports, at least one in the "l.a. times" that the shooter may have tried to buy a weapon recently. >> our reporting doesn't confirm that, and the fact is in connecticut, there is a waiting period to buy any weapon. you need a permit to buy a handgun, not a long
scheme to register and jackson and then rehash of ross barnett at the the ballgame standing up to give a speech to resist the tyranny of the federal government to evoke nullification, and into position the. >> he folds like a cheap suit on the telephone. >> but he did not. that led the president to send in federal troops and the national guard. >> one of my favorite stories of president kennedy he was to say to equally bad segregationist mayor of jackson, mississippi, i don't care if you denounce me in public but don't you dare do it and private. [laughter] that is leadership. >> robert kennedy tells arnet i taped that conversation. >> exactly the. >> they were released in nearly 60 is. >> is an exhibit and it is a delight to watch people dissolve now that he can no longer do harm. the next eight may be a little arcane. this space program to show whether real president sounds like. this is president kennedy 1962, not a year and half after he made the announcement of the "state of the union" speech of the goal to get to the moon meeting with a reluctant leader of nasa, a james webb. lis
in our many voices that the darkest days of our community shall not be the final word heard from ross. -- heard from us. we will care for one another with our love and our compassion. in those early hours of the crisis, it became clear to we clergy and faith leaders here in newtown that an initial community response would be needed, that we would need to come together. and so we asked our first select woman and superintendent if it might be possible for the clergy to gather the community here at newtown high school, to continue and to begin what will be for many along journey through grief and loss. we are not here to ignore our differences or diminish our core beliefs, which define our many different faith traditions, but to offer our love, care, and prayers to our families and our community. we wanted to offer a our voices in the form of words from our sacred text and prayers from the depths of our being. but we also wanted to gather together in silence. so, that is what we will do. we will have a time for sharing and for prayer, and also a time for silence in between, so that all o
went to the general hospital suffering hypothermia. the highway was closed between fort ross north of jenner. a series of storms hit the area. engineers have determined the work is going to take longer than expected. experts and political leaders from connecticut to try to answer the questions. can any measures be taken to prevent mass shootings in the future. it is a special edition of this week this morning at 8 right here on nbc 7. >>> egypt's islamists are claiming a majority vote on the country's proposed charter. it has a narrow majority in the first round on a referendum backed constitution. the brotherhood's account shows nearly 57 percent 26 million voters moir voting is set to take place in the country's remaining 25 million voters. the egyptian president hails from the group which accurately predicted past election results. japanese voters are voting in a general election that will give the country 7th prime minister in years. they will back the liberal democratic party giving it another chance they call tsunami politics play a role nearly a year after that disaster. tho
scientology, hollywood and a prison of belief and bob minzesheimer is looking forward to ross perot and all gore, and should point* out to general stanley mcchrystal has a book my share of the task and exchange line coronary disease. teeeighteen and bob minzesheimer we appreciate your time today. . . almost nine years later she has a book and i'm still on the show. >> 100 chicken recipes with 50 vegetarian and you know i said i have to -- and what i've learned is chicken is the most fertile -- versatile ingredient you can use in the kitchen. you can do anything to it. you can bake it, rustic, barbecue it, just amazing. >> lorraine wallace are these are recipes? >> all of my recipes and they been tried and tested and it's what i love to do. >> i am the tester. i have not cooked any of them but i had eaten everyone. >> it has family stories, family recipes and a family tip that about a. >> can you give us a little background on you two, how long you have been married? >> we have six children and we have been together for 16 years. >> but i have to say if the old-fashioned way. i had f
rampage. abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross is here with the latest. brian, you're happening the weapons he used were likely licensed to his mother who is described as a gun enthusiast. >> correct according to people on the scene. authorities are moving with more developments likely to come today in their efforts to determine the how and the why of this stunning crime. police say they have already found important clues in their home where the killer's mother, 52-year-old nancy lanza was the first victim. >> hopefully painting the complete picture as to how and more importantly why this occurred. >> reporter: authorities now say nancy lanza owned the same style of guns that her son used to kill her and the 26 victims at the elementary school. the medical examiner said most were killed with multiple shots from the high-pourered semiautomatic rifle. >> this is probably the worst i have seen. >> the connection between adam lanza and the sandy hook elementary school goes back to the time he went to school there and his mother worked as a teacher's aide. according to a
, principal harpist of the atlanta symphony orchestra, and ross amond lewis, a long time public school music teacher. describe for the average student, what kinds kids are these? >> we have low income, we do have students are not, not all of them, we do have some home schooled students in our program and many of our students are from single parent homes or grand parent homes. >> reporter: the harps are donated and lessons are free to any interested student. donovan howard has been playing the harp for three years and says the ensemble is shaking up the perception of the typical harpist. what's the reaction when you walk in for an audition? >> a lot of people aren't expecting, first of all a male, and then when they see an african-american male, sometimes they are a little bit hesitant, but i think that we're breaking barriers. >> reporter: for some, the harp has changed lives this pro found ways. meet desmond johnson, who she calls one of her miracle children. >> i met desmond here at this school, and he will walk by the harp room and couldn't walk out without coming in to sit down and play
supervisor john avalos and city sheriff ross mirkarimi were among those showing support. >> hopefully they can feel the energy that we have brought here because even on a rainy day we are here as a community to say we support the community over there. >> the group also discussed gun control. calling for much stricter laws on a national level. in a few minutes we will go live to san francisco st. mary's cathedral with a service beginning on there this morning. stay with ktvu for continuing coverage we'll bring you the latest details as they emerge in connecticut on air and online and on our mobile apps. >>> south bay authorities have arrested a teenager in connection to a bomb threat that shut down two students if classes at month vista high and lincoln elementary were canceled on thursday. sheriff deputies and bomb tracking dogs searched school grounds but didn't find anything. just a day of that -- police arrested 42-year-old marco at fashion island mall yesterday. that all happened around 4:30 in the afternoon after suspect allegedly shot about 50 shots in the parking lot. police ar
their recent constitutional amendment voted to place, my friend of ross miller -- he was considering vests and this is what i have been talking about in west virginia. i talk about some of our vendors offering me electronic poll books that can store a photo or take a picture so that no one is disenfranchise and they don't have to pay even $5 for a photo id. you think that is not a lot but that is the $10 in dazzling -- gasoline money to run here and a $10 more to run here to get the other ideas. that is what we cannot have. what i show is what is working in west virginia and that's why it is a bigger picture. it is not a panacea that a photo id will solve all problems. i have to play zone defense on all of this, on every different aspect. we have to stay vigilant with what ever bought a set -- foes system we are using. >> what do you think of that? >> i did not add to your question before and i still will not answer your question. you are asking the right question - [laughter] >> you, professor. >> that is from a big picture perspective. it has been an on/off switch. are we going to have i
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